That isn't exactly what I was asking. I was asking about the gender of the noun. "lite" is the adjective used with neuter nouns, but "bagasje" is a masculine noun. I'm curious about why the neuter adjective is used with a masculine noun. I'm not really getting how that relates to whether it's a countable or uncountable noun. :/ Some further clarification would be greatly appreciated. :D
It has everything to do with being an uncountable noun :) You use "lite" for a small quantity, regardless of the noun's gender. "lite vann", "lite melk", "lite bagasje". Even though it looks the same as the neuter form of the adjective "liten", it has not quite the same meaning. You wouldn't say *"a small milk" in English, either. I hope this clears it up!